ROTHERHAM UNITED: Lewis Grabban could still quit Millers

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CRAWLEY Town could rekindle their interest in Rotherham United striker Lewis Grabban, Steve Evans has admitted.

The two clubs agreed a six figure transfer fee for Grabban last week but the deal broke down after the Red Devils failed to agree personal terms with the forward, who has one year left on his contract.

But Millers chief Evans has conceded: “Lewis could not agree terms with Crawley but they are still very keen so perhaps that may re-ignite itself.

“Sean O’Driscoll is a big admirer but I know there needs to be some movement on both sides if he is to join them.”